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Away in a Misty Dawn

Away in a misty dawn, Roses would whisper of the unknown with their thorns while the wind chill me to the bone, the warmth of my scarlet stone would melt away the years of storms that could have form.
Away in a misty dawn, roses would whisper of the stone while the thorns drop crimsom to my ground and I would spread my wings to protect the young against the storm as the sea thunder and I stand alone.
Away in a misty dawn, roses would whisper to me, the young are grown, I found a war before me. While I may have to scrarifice but the young should know my wings.
Away in a misty dawn, roses whisper "stand strong for you belong to the old love thur it may have been forgotten, hold strong, and hold your own."
Away in a misty dawn, roses whisper "you are loved"
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Poetry.com 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
darrell cook More than 1 year ago
well done Phyllis you have a knack for expressive writing, stick with it and good luck with whatever inspired this.
Lamar Cole More than 1 year ago
Thanks for sharing.
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